Huntly Organics has been featured in...
Magazines, newspapers, on television and radio shows, check out some of the ones below to get to know more about us and our projects.
01. Goumet Traveller March 2021 Issue
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- “Speaking to each of the farmers, it’s evident there is a uniting and underlying philosophical, environmental and personal drive that goes far beyond simply owning a business. They are on a shared mission to sow seeds -literally and figuratively- for the future.”
02. Bendigo Magazine Issue 61
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- “A regenerative approach to farming is the opportunity for a lot of people who want an intelligent job and not just to be a cog in the wheel of a corporation. We go to farmers market with crates of stuff and people come and give us money for it. It’s such a pure, fulfilling sort of trade.”
03. Bendigo Times March 4th 2021
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- “Having a weekly market for them top attend actually have allowed them to be ahead of their business plan by a couple of years and have expanded their offering.”
04. The Weekly Times 19 August 2020
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- “I’m still a young farmer but I’m also at the stage that I want to help others interested in farming get in to it.” Jordan Collin
- “The average age of an Australian farmer is now nearly 60 and so services often aren’t available to support new entrants.” Joel Orchard
06. City of Greater Bendigo Council
June 2020 Advertising Campaign
- “Support small businesses and love your local”
07. Victorian Country Hour 20/20/2020
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- “It’s the idealism of bringing back the family farm, we enjoy doing a lot of different crops, the idea of a diversified farm is if you grow a variety, all your eggs aren’t in one basket.”
09. Bendigo Advertiser May 30th 2020
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- “We started farming in New Zealand using the urban farming concept, it’s the idea of turning over your front yard and farming on a small scale. We started farming on a quarter acre which is not even a farm in Australian terms. Leasing land has allowed us to farm on a micro scale, but we always wanted to scale up and have our own land.”
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